In the Keller Citizen of March 18, 2015, Mitch Holmes states: "When council members shelve our plans . . . they are disregarding our voices."
The City Council voted against a developer’s request for a zoning change, following a unanimous rejection by the P&Z Commission.
Supporters stated they had 400 signatures (after removing signatures from outside Keller and outside the U.S). Citizens opposing the zoning change presented 1000 actual signatures.
Armin Mizani stated that he recognized that the methods employed by the developer were "unethical" but that he supported the developer because the methods were not strictly "illegal." Stephanie Setzer also supported the developer’s efforts, despite the overwhelming opposition from Keller citizens.
Mr. Holmes states he "will lead a cohesive culture, unified in its direction," while simultaneously deriding anyone who doesn’t agree with him.
Discounting the vast majority of citizens, the City Council, and the Planning and Zoning Commission is not "leadership."
—Jim Geels, Keller
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